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What other car's does the 4 x 114.3 stud pattern fit?

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Hey iv'e got a simple question i'm struggling to find hte answer to. What other car's fit the same wheels as a s13 silvia?

 

Iv'e searched with no luck.

 

If anyone can throw up a quick outline it would be much appreicaited.

 

Cheers.

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found this, not sure how close it is

 

4 X 114.3

 

DAEWOO MATIZ 4X114.3 38

DAEWOO TACUMA 4X114.3

DATSUN 240Z 70-85 4X114.3 66.1

DATSUN 260Z 70-85 4X114.3 66.1

DATSUN 280Z 70-85 4X114.3 66.1

FORD CAPRI 4X114.3

FORD TELSTAR

HOLDEN ASTRA

HOLDEN BARINA

HONDA ACCORD 90-01 4X114.3

HONDA LEGEND

HONDA PRELUDE 92-96 4X114.3 64.1

HYUNDAI ACCENT 94-00 4X114.3 35-45 67.1

HYUNDAI COUPE 95-01 4X114.3 35-45 67.1

HYUNDAI EXCEL 4X114.3

HYUNDAI ELANTRA 01> 4X114.3 35-45 67.1

HYUNDAI LANTRA 91-01 4X114.3 35-45 67.1

HYUNDAI MATRIX 01> 4X114.3 35-45 67.1

HYUNDAI S COUPE 4X114.3

HYUNDAI SONATA 93> 4X114.3 38-45 67.1

HYUNDAI TIBURON 95-01 4X114.3 35-45 67.1

INFINITI G20 91-96 4X114.3 66.1

INFINITI M30 90-92 4X114.3 66.1

KIA CARENS 00> 4X114.3 35-42 67.1

KIA CERATO 4X114.3

KIA CLARUS 96> 4X114.3 35-42 67.1

KIA MEGENTIS 01> 4X114.3 35-42 67.1

KIA OPTIMA 01> 4X114.3 67.1

MITSUBISHI COLT 4X114.3

MITSUBISHI CORDIA 4X114.3

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO 1-3 4X114.3

MITSUBISHI GALANT 4X114.3

MITSUBISHI MAGNA

MITSUBISHI STARION 83-87 4X114.3 67.1

NISSAN 180SX S13 89-98 4X114.3

NISSAN BLUEBIRD FWD 4X114.3

NISSAN EXA N12 4X114.3

NISSAN MAXIMA

NISSAN PULSAR N12 ET TURBO 4X114.3

NISSAN PULSAR N16> 4X114.3

NISSAN SILVIA S13 88> 4X114.3

NISSAN SKYLINE R31 4X114.3

NISSAN SKYLINE R32 NON TURBO 4X114.3

NISSAN SKYLINE R33 NON TURBO 4X114.3

NISSAN TIIDA 4X114.3

PROTON GEN2 4X114.3

ROVER 600 4X114.3 35 64

ROVER 800 4X114.3 35 64

SUZUKI SWIFT

TOYOTA CELICA 76-85 4X114.3 60.1

TOYOTA CRESSIDA 85-88 4X114.3 60.1

TOYOTA SUPRA 79-82 4X114.3 60.1

VOLVO S40 96-00 4X114.3 35-42 67.1

VOLVO T4 4X114.3 35-38 67

VOLVO V40 96-00 4X114.3 35-42 67.1

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^^ Gah not even corolla in there.. my corolla is 114.3x4

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i didnt say it was everything :doh:

 

 

and the old rollas do but the new ones dont

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s3 rx7

ke70

corona

r31

dr30

sprinter

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not S2 rx7,

 

but S3 yes

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Pretty much anything concidered "old school JDM" will be 4 x 114.3...

 

S13

SA22C

KE71

AE71

T18

TE71

AE86

R31

 

Many more...

 

On another note;

I'm not sure why people "upgrade" to 5 stud... there are plenty of awesome 4 stud brake setups out there, and if you want to run any old-school JDM wheels you have to stay 4 stud. Obviously just personal oppinion, but all the new stuff just looks just awful in comparison, old school wheels are the way to go.

 

Cherry Blossoms

Techno Phantoms

Star Sharks

Riversides

Work Equips (mostly!)

Advan A3A

 

All these AWESOME wheels are pretty much exclusively 4 x 114.3

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Hell yeah didn't realise the excels have the same pattern i'm so putting my XD9's on my GF's excel for shits and giggles see what it look like :lol:

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Wow I didn't realize how many other cars there were with the same stud pattern. I wouldn't mind sourcing a set of pursuit rims dunno how they would look though never seen

it done before all though I'm sure it would have been.

 

* Starts looking for a pic *

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Datsun 1200, 120y, 1600, 180B, 200B, 240z, 260z, 280zx, sunny, stanza, bluebird - pretty much every datsun

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On another note;

I'm not sure why people "upgrade" to 5 stud... there are plenty of awesome 4 stud brake setups out there, and if you want to run any old-school JDM wheels you have to stay 4 stud. Obviously just personal oppinion, but all the new stuff just looks just awful in comparison, old school wheels are the way to go.

 

Bigger range, and more ability to upgrade later in the future.

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